Anton Chekhov wrote three interconnected short stories, sometimes referred to as "The Little Trilogy." The three are: "The Man in a Case," "Gooseberries," and "About Love." These individual tales are well loved in their own right, but read/listened to together, they reveal interrelated, reoccurring characters and themes. The three stories read here in public performance, are now available as a single iPod or MP3 audiobook. Please select the version appropriate to your player.